What's Wrong With This Study? Click here to access Tutorial (Links to an external site.)
Experimental Control • What is the benefit of conducting an experiment, rather than using a different type of study?
Testing Effect: How does taking a quiz at the end of each chapter, and having the option to re-take the quizzes, employ the Testing Effect as described in the chapter?
Dueling Brains Tutorial
Word Recognition Task: Your Results • What were your results? LVF _________ RVF _________
How would you interpret these results? Did they match your prediction? Did you discover that you “aren’t in your right brain when you read?”
Also, What was your experience of these 2 Tutorials? How did they integrate with the reading in Chapters 1 and 2?
Explanation & Answer
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Running Head: CASE STUDY DISCUSSIONS
Case Study Discussions
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CASE STUDY DISCUSSIONS
Part #1: What Is Wrong With This Study?
Based on the case study detailing the process of conducting an effective experimental
research, it helps research pick a specific study group. This sample is a representation of the
entire population by avoiding the possible bias that affects quality study and then find reliable
or accurate information about a specific phenomenon. That is, an experimental study can help
research describe a specific behavior, predict the occurrence of specific behaviors, or explain
the reason for the existence of a specific behavior using control groups or variables then
comparing to the general population.